Walking Into Town

"Walking Into Town" by Fayetteville artist Ginger Danz is among the works exhibited in "Urban Flow," on display through Feb. 25 at Tamarack. Also included in the show is work by Charlton Heights resident T. Paige Dalporto.

“Urban Flow,” which features an atypical depiction of the Mountain State, currently is on display at the Tamarack Fine Art Gallery.

“While West Virginia is known for its wildlife and scenic landscapes, the Mountain State has no shortage of urbanesque environments from towns to cities,” said Galley Manager Molly Baker-Halstead.

“The artwork by juried Tamarack artists from a wide array of media will examine West Virginia’s urban life and aesthetics.”

The exhibit closes on Feb. 25, according to Baker-Halstead, who explained the next show would be Tamarack’s first solo artist exhibit.

“We plan to feature one artist to display his or her breadth of work and depth of talent,” she said. “Watch for an announcement via social and traditional news media soon.”

For details about the Tamarack Fine Art Gallery, follow Baker-Halstead’s artisan blog and friend the gallery on its Facebook page. Art is also displayed for sale on Tamarack’s website for each gallery show.

Artists whose work is on display and for sale at Tamarack during Urban Flow are: Homaira Ahmed, Dale Barnett, Richard Blevins, Alex Brand, Paul Corbit Brown, Steve Cassle, John Coffey, Pat Cross, T. Paige Dalporto, Joyce Waltz Daniels, Ginger Danz, Deborah Herndon, Seth Hill, Newman Jackson, Angie Johnson, Tsukasa Kambara, Jamie Lester, Jessica Levine, Melissa May, Diane Mitchell, Connie Moeller, Rita Montrosse, Tony Papa, Brenda Pinnell, Betty Rivard, Ben Schneider, Todd Short, Linda Stonestreet, Amy Stout, Kathy Welch, John Wesley Williams and Todd Williams.

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